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Delaware Water Gap Park and Preserve Plan Would Reduce Recreational Opportunity and is Not Needed

New Jersey Outdoor Alliance (NJOA) represents 1.2 million outdoorsmen and outdoorswomen. Our mission as a grassroots coalition is to champion the intrinsic value of natural resource conservation – including fishing, hunting and trapping, among opinion leaders and policy makers. We support legislation, and those sponsoring legislation, that provides lasting ecological and social enrichment through sustainable […]

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A Legislative Success Story

Shortly after the founding of the NJOA in 2007 and fresh off our success in defeating anti-hunting legislators Senator Kartcher and Assemblyman Panter we embarked on the task of having the law changed to allow bow hunting on Sundays.  The misinformation and dooms day cry that went up from the animal rights/anti-hunting community was amazing. 

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New Jersey Sportsmen and Gun Owners are in Trouble

December 2021 It’s taken me over a month to come to grips with the results of the November election.  While on the surface nothings changed, Murphy still sits in the governor’s mansion and the Democrats still control both houses, the Senate and Assembly. Everything has changed for sportsmen. For the past 16 years that I

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NJOA Op-Ed: Why Fox Trapping Is Critically Important

An NJOA trustee recently penned an op-ed in response to uproar driven by unfair media coverage over the trapping of red foxes in Brigantine Beach, New Jersey. The hashtag activists are at it again, Save Jerseyans. Once again we have an example of one-sided, biased, opinion-driven “journalism” brought to us totally devoid of facts, reason or logic.

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